Cannibal island is a grim tale of ten thousand anti social elements deposited on an empty siberian island in the ob river in the 1930s but more than that it is a story of how the brutal purge machinery was oiled and run at its lowest level paul e richardson russian life magazine london review bookshop cannibal island is a valuable addition to emerging gulag scholarship in so far . Cannibal island death in a siberian gulag human rights and crimes against humanity werth nicolas rendall steven gross jan on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers cannibal island death in a siberian gulag human rights and crimes against humanity. Cannibal island death in a siberian gulag human rights and crimes against humanity series princeton princeton university press 2007 xxi 248 pp 2495 cloth isbn 978 0 691 13083 5 reviewed by jeffrey s hardy published on h russia november 2007 the history of stalinist repression has long captured the interest of scholars and the general public alike resulting in countless . Cannibal island death in a siberian gulag human rights and crimes against humanity 2 hardcover by nicolas werth steven rendall translator jan gross foreword by email or call for price backordered description during the spring of 1933 stalins police rounded up nearly one hundred thousand people as part of the soviet regimes cleansing of moscow and leningrad and deported them . Many of the victims were sent to labor camps but ten thousand of them were dumped in a remote wasteland and left to fend for themselves cannibal island reveals the shocking grisly truth about their fate these people were abandoned on the island of nazino without food or shelter
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